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article imageFrontlines: Fuel of War

By Aaron Robson     Feb 22, 2007 in Technology
How WWIII will be won by remote control
Listen: Frontlines is not a political statement. Yes, it takes place in a not-too-distant future. Yes, the scenario of the Caspian Sea’s oil reserves being plundered by rival coalitions from the West and East is actually fairly believable. And yes, it’s jammed with futuristic tech - including remote controlled airborne drones - that’s close to actually being on the market. But this isn’t some plea to save oil and recycle: it’s difficult to take environmental concerns seriously when you’re razzing around in a jeep, firing nuclear bombs at will.
I have to say, this game looks as if it is a sort of statement towards the way people live today, that is in pollution and garbage. So, if this game takes place in the not so distant future and is filled with pollution and global warming, we now know what some game producers think about the world today.
But putting this fact or tidbit aside, I have to say that I am not very impressed with the game so far and definitely not impressed with the way it looks. It looks as if they are trying to copy some one but they can't do it just quite right. That is why I am going to stay clear of this game all together.
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